7 Mas­sive Mis­con­cep­tions

Hemp

Mas­sive Mis­con­cep­tions #1: The Rule of Law

The rule of law is a hack­neyed phrase. It’s one those giant mis­con­cep­tions usu­ally trot­ted out by peo­ple intent on prov­ing how richer 1st world nations are more bet­ter than poorer 2nd and 3rd world nations, or how no one can sup­pos­edly get away with crime because we are all equal before the law. Yes, I would pre­fer to live in a soci­ety where dis­putes can be resolved with­out resort­ing to gang-​style vio­lence. How­ever, even nations with the pur­ported rule of law still have deal with gang prob­lems – and they do this by cen­tral­iz­ing power all under one roof, claim­ing a monop­oly on vio­lence and call­ing it “Gov­ern­ment”. When you replace lots of smaller gangs with one big­ger gang, it is doubt­ful you have increased your safety or free­dom at all; in fact, in many ways, you have decreased it, since you have cre­ated a orga­ni­za­tion with the power to enslave you on a far grander scale.

An Econ­omy For THE 1 %

Hemp

How priv­i­lege and power in the econ­omy drive extreme inequal­ity and how this can be stopped

The global inequal­ity cri­sis is reach­ing new extremes. The rich­est 1% now have more wealth than the rest of the world com­bined. Power and priv­i­lege is being used to skew the eco­nomic sys­tem to increase the gap between the rich­est and the rest. A global net­work of tax havens fur­ther enables the rich­est indi­vid­u­als to hide $7.6 tril­lion. The fight against poverty will not be won until the inequal­ity cri­sis is tackled.

Want to know more : An Econ­omy For THE 1 %

Nine Ways to Stop the Manip­u­la­tion

HempDone sneak­ily, or under the illu­sion of democ­racy, in recent times more oppres­sive laws have been made than ever before. Between us being sub­jected to more and more ordi­nances, rules, restric­tions and out­right laws then demo­niz­ing our dis­sen­sion and opin­ion should we object… It’s as if we can’t do any­thing right. How long will it take for the masses to wake up to these grossly restrict­ing laws and real­ize how un-​free they are? The masses’ unchal­leng­ing com­pla­cency with these laws has been made that much eas­ier through social con­di­tion­ing engi­neered over the years by the rul­ing elite. In this cha­rade, the power-​mad ego­ma­niac manip­u­lat­ing con­trol­ling par­a­sit­i­cal rul­ing elite impose them­selves on almost every­thing for their ulte­rior motives: own­er­ship, power, profit and polit­i­cal gain – and that’s it. It’s that straight­for­ward. It’s that pathetic. These forever-​increasing con­trol mech­a­nisms: reg­u­la­tions, rules, absurd man­dates, threats of fines, intim­i­da­tion, extreme petty police reprisals and impris­on­ment … are designed to sap the life-​force from us while deny­ing our true self-​expression as we’re expected to bow down in acqui­es­cence. It’s all designed to erode human­ity into a sub­servient entity.

How do we break this manipulation?

M.L. Nes­tel of The Daily Beast Serves The Dark Side

Deep​Cap​ture​.com was cre­ated to expose the “deep cap­ture” of Amer­i­can insti­tu­tions by pow­er­ful and cor­rupt finan­cial inter­ests. From day one, we exer­cised our First Amend­ment right to speak out against not only the cap­ture of gov­ern­ment reg­u­la­tors, but also the cap­ture of other parts of gov­ern­ment (elected offi­cials and law enforce­ment), along with pri­vate “watch­dogs” such as the news media. As a result, we have, since day one, been the tar­get of var­i­ous attacks.

In some cases, the attacks on Deep­Cap­ture have been per­pe­trated by gullible or unprin­ci­pled Amer­i­can jour­nal­ists who either know­ingly or neg­li­gently have allowed them­selves to become the voice of crim­i­nal or quasi-​criminal indi­vid­u­als and orga­ni­za­tions who have cor­rupted the finan­cial indus­try and enriched them­selves through inge­nious scams per­pe­trated on naïve investors. Thanks partly to the efforts of Deep­Cap­ture in beat­ing back those attacks, the dan­gers rep­re­sented by “lap­dog” jour­nal­ists, the “Media Mob,” and media “hatchet jobs” may now be more widely understood.

Nev­er­the­less, the job of edu­cat­ing the Amer­i­can peo­ple about media fail­ings in car­ry­ing out its vital “watch­dog” role is never done. New threats emerge daily.

Read More : M.L. Nes­tel of The Daily Beast Serves The Dark Side

Save Gaza — Save the World: A Mes­sage to Human­ity !

Two days after posting…

After mak­ing up my mind to post this on the front page of this site, I did a query in the Genet­icMem­ory search engine (key-​word Gaza) and came up with this!

War Crimes: Israeli Planes Spray Crop-​killing Chem­i­cals on Gaza Farms

Israeli occu­pa­tion planes have sprayed crop-​killing chem­i­cals on farm­lands across besieged Gaza Strip, killing off crops in the coastal enclave.

It is the third time the Israeli occu­pa­tion planes have tar­geted Gaza farms, killing mas­sive amounts of crops,

An esti­mated 371 acres of farm­ing land in cen­tral Gaza and 50 acres of land in east­ern Khan You­nis have been affected.

Farm­ers in Johr al-​Deek, south of Gaza city, Al-​Qarara town, north of Khan Yunis, and Wadi Al-​Salqa agri­cul­tural town, south of Deir al-​Balah, com­plained of the effects of the Israeli unknown chem­i­cals on their crops.

Sev­eral farm­ers informed us that Israeli planes had sprayed their lands with pes­ti­cides,” Wael Tha­bet, head of the plant pro­tec­tion depart­ment at Gaza Agri­cul­ture Min­istry, said.

Read More : Israel War Crimes

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